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Problems Associated With Cheek Biting/ Cheek Chewing or Morsicatio Buccarum by Dr Mike Mew
Cheek Biting: Why You Bite Your Cheek and How to Stop
This common problem affects mostly children, but can also affect adults. While there are no statistics on how many people bite their tongues, experts say it happens to everyone from time to time. Most of the time, you accidentally bite your tongue while eating. However, tongue biting is also common during sleep. Seizures and any condition causing facial muscle spasms may result in tongue biting at night. There are several reasons why you might bite your tongue in your sleep.
It most often affects the teeth and jaws, causing soreness, pain, and injury. But bruxism can also cause a person to bite their tongue and cheeks.
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What is cheek biting?
That's a sentence that will make some people say "huh? Some of us do it as a bad habit, and some of us don't. And, of course, the two sides don't really understand the other the side that doesn't do it says "hey, just stop already," while the side that does do it knows it's just not that simple. But yes, there are cheek biters out there. And when I say "cheek biters," I mean the entire inside of the mouth -- the cheek, the lips, and even the tongue. It's just the phrase "cheek biters" sounds better.
I do it occasionally. Get a mouthguard made by a dentist. It needs to be made from a mould of your own teeth to be the most comfortable. As for the junk. You need to add a spam filter. Tedra 13 November 18 I have been clenching for years, apparently, probably since I was a teenager.
Special Offers. It's mealtime and you're about to take a bite of food. But, instead of chomping down on something tasty, you close your mouth and take a big bite out of the inside of your cheek. It's likely that there's no one on the planet who hasn't accidentally bitten their own cheek at some point. But cheek biting isn't always an accident, and it can even be a major problem.